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U.S. terrorism verdict won’t alter process: Holder

Reuters reports yesterday in an article entitled "U.S. terrorism verdict won't alter process: Holder," that the acquittal of a man on all but one of the charges relating to the 1998 East Africa bombings "has had no impact on deciding the fate of terrorism suspects at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay."

Reuters reports:

"The Ghailani case has had no impact on our process, it is ongoing with regard to where the KSM trial will be held, that is something that continues," Holder told reporters during a news conference on an unrelated matter.

"The process that is one that is ongoing, and it is on the same timeline that it was before," he said.

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